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6 Pairs Led Shoelaces Light up Shoe Laces Flashing Shoe Laces Glowing Shoe Laces

$29.00 $25.00

100% Nylon
Shoelace accessory: you will receive 6 pairs of light up show laces, the sufficient quantity can meet your daily needs and replacements, when you wear it can make you look more stylish around the crowd, you can also share them with your friends and family
Long time service: these glowing shoelaces are bright at night and can last for about 40 hours and 60-80 hours flashing, which is simple to use, you only need to press the button configured on the shoelace
Comfortable and soft to touch: these LED shoelaces are made of nylon, which is comfortable and soft to touch, easy to tie and lightweight, skin-friendly and comfy to wear, easy to clean and not easy to break or fade, it can give you an amazing wearing experience
Personalized your shoes: each flashing shoe lace measures approx. 100 cm/ 39.3 inches in length, which is long enough for you to use, novel design and bright colors also make them suitable for matching with various styles of shoes, such as sneakers, sports shoes, boots, roller skates and canvas shoes
3 Lighting modes: this glow in the dark shoe lace has 3 modes of design, fast flash, slow flash and long light, you can press the button to switch at will, this novel design makes your shoelace different and become the stylish star of the party





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